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a fireman." "where's the fire? i got to put the fire out." >> steve: slide down the pole. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man, oh, man. a lot of people were upset about this, guys. facebook went down yesterday for the second time in a week. [ audience ohs ] as a matter of fact, it's gotten so bad, people were holding up their babies to strangers and shouting, "do you like this?" [ laughter ] "do you like this? do you like this?" that's four likes. [ laughter ] pope francis just released a a rock single called -- that's right, pope francis just released -- [ laughter ] -- a rock single called "wake up, go go forward." [ laughter ] like four titles, but that's it. >> steve: yeah, "wake up, go go
forward." >> jimmy: "wake up, go go forward." this is true. he plans to release a whole album in november. this is a true story. we actually got an advance list of some of the songs. [ light laughter ] >> steve: did we really? >> jimmy: this part's not true, yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: okay. the other part was true but -- >> jimmy: that part was true, yeah. we got an advanced list here at "the tonight show" of some of the songs on the album. >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: i mean, big songs. they're going to be hits. the first one we have here is "party like it's 1699." [ laughter and applause ] big songs. >> steve: huge. >> jimmy: songs like, er."pope-a does preach." [ laughter ] i mean, hit songs. songs like "smells like holy spirit." [ laughter and applause ] that's good. classics like "poping ain't easy." that's -- [ laughter ] finally, there's "celebation." [ applause ] celibate good times come on it's a celibation abstain >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] restrain? >> steve: abstain.
>> jimmy: oh, abstain, yeah. absolutely. [ laughter ] big movie news here, you guys. vin diesel recently said that he plans to end the "fast and furious" franchise with three more movies. [ laughter ] just three more movies, then that's it. >> steve: done. >> jimmy: it's done. i've had enough. only five more films. then i will never -- you'll never hear of us again. [ light laughter ] i don't want to say they're running out of ideas, though, but just -- in the next one here, he spends two hours looking for a parking spot at costco. [ laughter ] it's just -- they're running out of ideas. [ applause ] "gotta get a space quickly!" oh, this is not good here, you guys. whole foods announced yesterday that it is cutting 1,500 jobs. [ audience oohs ] although whole foods doesn't want to call them unemployed. they're calling them, "free-range employees." [ laughter and applause ] and finally, this is everywhere online today. a man was filling up his car at a gas station this week when he saw a spider on his gas tank.
the man is totally fine. but check out what he did and also what this lady had to say afterwards. >> he spotted a spider on his gas tank. because he is deathly afraid of the critters, he pulled out his lighter and decided to burn it. >> do you know, gas go boom? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "do you know, gas go boom?" that's right. we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome. finger's doing well, by the way. everybody keeps asking. "how's the finger?" finger is doing well. look at this. [ applause ] i can make a fist, almost. >> steve: let's see.
>> jimmy: well if we were getting in a fight. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: if we were getting mugged, and i have to defend you. >> steve: help me. help me. someone is mugging me. >> jimmy: okay, hold on. [ light laughter ] "where is he?" yeah. [ laughter ] so i can do that. guys, we're doing this fun thing. tom hanks is going to be on the show in a couple of weeks, and we wanted to do a fun thing with him, but i'm going to need your help. it's called "kid theater." okay? so if you have a kid ages five to nine, uh -- if you have a kid anywhere in that age. if you have a kid that ages five to nine, and at random, that's pretty cool, but -- [ laughter ] >> steve: how old is he today? he's five. how old is he tomorrow? nine. >> jimmy: he's nine. [ laughter ] why don't you have them write a a story with the title "bridge of spies." okay, that's the name of tom hanks' new movie, okay? now, it's important you don't tell them what the actual movie is about. and have them write a short scene, one or two pages, with two character said talking to each other. give them the title "bridge of spies" and let their imagination do the rest.
when they're done, e-mail it to email@example.com. we're gonna choose our favorites and tom and i will act them out on our show. it'll be fun. kid theater. [ applause ] "tonight show" kid theater. we have a great week of shows ahead. julianna margulies is here. [ cheers and applause ] miley cyrus is hosting "saturday night live." >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: seth rogen will be here. [ cheers ] i love seth rogen. we'll have performances from disclosure and chvrches. you don't want to miss it. but first, tonight, oh, it's a a big star. oh, we love her so much. from the new movie "freeheld" the lovely, the talented, julianne moore is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] later in the show, julianne and i are playing a fun game of "box of lies." >> steve: ooh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: plus, from the new nbc sitcom "truth be told" mark-paul gosselaar is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] we love mark-paul gosselaar on
"truth be told." >> steve: truth be told. >> jimmy: has to be another game we play on the show, "truth be told." it's a new show on nbc. it's getting good reviews, and anyways, mark-paul will be dropping by. it'll be fun. and we have great music from dnce. there you go right there. [ cheers and applause ] dnce will be here, ladies and gentlemen. play some good music. guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh with the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] pros and cons and pros and cons and pros >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of u.n. week in new york. [ audience groans ] [ light laughter ] traffic is great, huh? yeah. it's awesome. the u.n. general assembly is happening right now. it's just a few blocks away. it's a very important event. but it's not always easy having that many world leaders in one place. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of u.n. week here in new york. here we go. pro, new york city is playing host to the most powerful people in the world.
con, assuming the kardashians show up. [ laughter ] we can only hope. we can only hope. pro, it's thousands of people from over 100 countries flooding new york. con, it's basically donald trump's worst nightmare. [ laughter and applause ] "wall! wall! [ laughter ] wall." [ light laughter ] pro, obama is staying at the waldorf-astoria. con, putin is staying at the hotel transylvania. that's interesting. [ laughter and applause ] i heard that's nice. i heard it's nice. pro, chinese president xi jinping said the road to peace is long and hard. [ light laughter ] con, that's what xi said. [ laughter and applause ] you know, come on. >> steve: it's the guy's name! >> jimmy: i had to do it. [ applause ] >> steve: it's name. >> jimmy: what do you want me to do? >> steve: his name is xi. that's what xi said. >> jimmy: i know. [ laughter ] >> steve: good grief. >> jimmy: all right, don't get upset. >> steve: it's a fact. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: all right. pro, more than 150 world leaders are here in new york. con, they're all slowly walking in front of you on the sidewalk. [ applause ] "get a selfie with me!" in the building. pro, chris christie calls it the most special place on earth because you can celebrate all the different nations under one roof. con, he was talking about the international house of pancakes. [ laughter and applause ] he's not wrong. >> steve: it's international. >> jimmy: he's not wrong. pro, monday's agenda focused on climate change, while tuesday, wednesday, and thursday will center on education, peacekeeping, and the global economy. con, friday is karaoke and 10-cent wings night. [ laughter ] only 10 cents. worth it. >> steve: that's what xi said. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pro, since the first meeting back in 1946, members have traditionally voted on
con, now they vote with a "yea" or a "nae nae." [ laughter and applause ] "uh, i give it a stanky leg." [ laughter ] "all right, that's -- that's 14 yeas, 23 nae naes, and one stanky leg. thank you very much." [ laughter ] pro, the prime minister of sweden gave a teary, emotional speech about how hard it is to make things come together. con, he was talking about a a dresser he bought last week in ikea. [ laughter and applause ] and finally, pro, avoiding traffic by taking a horse and carriage ride through central park. con, realizing your horse is being ridden by this guy. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: there you go. that's the "pros and cons," everybody. we'll be right back with julianne moore.
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academy award winning actress starring alongside ellen page in a new movie called "freeheld." it opens in select theaters this friday and nationwide october 16th. please welcome the lovely julianne moore, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] i'm so happy you're here. congratulations on winning an academy award. oh, my god. it's the greatest. [ cheers and applause ] i have a picture -- i have a a photo of you from the awards. look how gorgeous. thank you for coming on the show. >> you know what i was thinking there? i was thinking, that's a monkey off my back. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? come on. yeah right. i mean, look at this. how fun was that? was it -- >> it was actually super, super fun. yeah, it was great, yeah. >> jimmy: did you freak out? i told you -- >> terrified. i was absolutely terrified, yeah. >> jimmy: how are -- how are the kids?
how's cal doing? >> great. he's great. he's 17. >> jimmy: i love cal. >> a pretty great guy. >> jimmy: last time, yeah, we tried to embarrass him. >> that's right he was here, because he had -- the story i told, he accidentally texted me thinking i was his girlfriend. [ light laughter ] so, he sent me an instant message. >> jimmy: he called -- he called you -- >> he called me baby. >> jimmy: babe or something. baby, yeah. >> hey, baby. hey, baby. i'm like, hey, it's mom. what's up? [ laughter ] hey, mom here. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i knew it was you, mom, baby. i call you baby sometimes. >> baby mom. mommy baby. >> jimmy: but now you say you're using bitmojis. >> i am awesome. i'm awesome at bitmojis. do you know about those? >> jimmy: i don't know bitmoji. >> bitmoji's this app, and you can go on it and you make like this little person, this little character that looks like you. you choose an eye color and you choose a hair color and a a hairdo. i gave myself a top knot. and a little outfit. >> jimmy: very good. >> and then you're a little person. rather than saying like, hey, when you coming home for dinner, sweetheart? you can just say like, what's up? and it's your little person
>> jimmy: well, i have a couple of your -- so, how would you -- >> it's like this, like, yeah. >> jimmy: this is your bitmoji saying -- >> i love you this much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: awe, that's cute, yeah. >> yeah. that's mommy saying, i love you. yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that's nice. then what is mommy saying here? >> uh-huh. oh, ain't nobody got time for that. [ laughter ] that's like when somebody leaves a wet towel on the floor of their bedroom and you're like, no, no, no. no, no, no. yeah. >> jimmy: bitmoji mommy doesn't have any time for that. >> got time for that. oh, that's -- true dat, yep. that one -- [ laughter ] that one's, do i have to be home for dinner by 6:30? true dat. >> jimmy: true dat, yeah, you do. actually you have to be home by 6:29, actually. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then this one's a a great one. >> this is when -- >> jimmy: a trophy, you're the worst. >> you're the worst. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i think we know. >> you're the worst. >> jimmy: you are the worst! congratulations. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you did it. >> you did it, you did it. >> jimmy: what else are you using? are you doing snapchats? >> oh, yeah. you bet i am. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah. well, the only people i
snapchat are my husband and my son and my daughter, because i don't know anybody else on snapchat. so, i snapchat them, but and liv will snapchat me a lot, but cal refuses, because he doesn't snapchat a lot of people and if you snapchat someone too often they become your best friend on snapchat. he doesn't want to be best friends with his mom. >> jimmy: doesn't want to be best friends with baby. [ laughter ] he can't be best friends with baby. >> open up snapchat, best friend, mom. mom. no. >> jimmy: mom, stop. that's a cool snapchat, yeah. the kids are being -- 'cause they're always fun, but you said they're making fun of you a little bit, your kids. they like to make fun of you. >> my daughter doesn't think -- she thinks i have a fake laugh. yeah. >> jimmy: this is great. >> i don't t nk that's true. like i don't -- like, she'll say something and i'll go like, that's funny. and she goes, that's not -- that's your fake laugh. that's not a real laugh. [ laughter ] and then i'm like, no, no. then you lose sight of your laugh. >> jimmy: but you were actually genuinely laughing. >> yeah, i was genuinely laughing. now i can't even locate my laugh. >> jimmy: yeah, that seems fake. >> that seems fake. like this. [ laughter ] that really fake, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah.
you do one. >> jimmy: how do you normally laugh? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't do it. [ laughter ] that's it right there! that's how you laugh. that's a good laugh. [ applause ] is it? are you acting? >> you do it. i'm not acting. you do one. >> jimmy: maybe change your laugh. then they'll know. maybe do like -- do like the ernie laugh. >> that's a good one. or one -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i love that laugh. that's a great laugh. i got to think about -- i changed it once in high school. 'cause i thought it would be cool. i was really into corey haim at the time. >> sure. >> jimmy: "lost boys." and so he had a laugh. he was like -- [ laughter ] and so i would just do like -- >> the sound on this one. >> jimmy: and everaone w like, what are you doing? i just thought it was funny. i was like -- it wasn't like, ha ha funny, but it was pretty funny. it was more like -- [ laughter ] yeah, exactly. we look like two crazy people right now.
let's -- it's off the rails. our interview is so off the rails. if you're just tuning in, you're like, what -- what are they doing right now? let's talk about your film. >> yep. >> jimmy: first of all, on the cover of out magazine. >> the wonderful, glorious ellen page. >> jimmy: i love ellen page so much. >> i love her too. >> jimmy: she's fantastic. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and this movie is based on a true story. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is a true story. >> it is. it's a story of laurel hester, who was a police detective in ocean county, new jersey, who wanted to leave her pension benefits to her domestic partner, stacie andree and she -- after they registered for domestic partnership she discovered she had stage 4 lung cancer, and they refused to turn the benefits over. and so the last year of her life was fought, you know, with this battle. and then eventually they won, and then she died. so, it's a sad story. it's a beautiful story. a beautiful, beautiful love story, and they are the people who paved the way for marriage equality. >> jimmy: and how did -- how was it like filming here in new york city?
>> i love -- oh, well, new york is an interesting place. i mean, you've probably filmed here a lot, right? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. [ laughter ] i was in two movies. big deal. >> i saw them both. i saw them both. >> jimmy: yes, thank you. yeah, right. >> and then, you know, people see a truck and they walk by, they're like, what's -- what's this show? is this a commercial? and then somebody't like, well, no, it's not a commercial. is it a tv show? they're like, no, it's not a tv show. it's a movie. oh, who's in this movie? julianne moore? yeah, who else? ellen page. yeah, what's it about? well, it'saaboaput the fight for domestic partnership in new jersey and paved the way for marriage equality. they're like, what, yeah? and they go, okay, okay, no, it's where the lady from "boogie nights" is a lesbian with the girl from "juno." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'll go see that. that sounds good! i like that. it's a good movie. yeah, love it. >> that's right. yeah. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here's julianne moore and ellen page in "freeheld." take a look at this.
>> hi. >> hi. >> i screwed up. i had no right to talk to you the way i did. i ruined our date, and i really enjoyed being with you. and i'm nervous. >> maybe i am too old for you. >> stop saying that. if anything you're too smart for me. >> no way. you're smart. funny, and you're honest. and basically, i think you're amazing. >> so you called to say i'm amazing? >> yes. can i see you again? >> yeah. yeah, you can. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: julianne moore. julianne and i are playing "box of lies" when we come back. get ready, you guys.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with julianne moore and we're about to face of in a a game of "box of lies." yeah, that's right. now here's how it works. [ deep voice ] upstage are a bunch of boxes containing objects neither of us have seen before. [ light laughter ] taking turns, julianne and i are going to select a box and open it on our side of the table, out of view o wif the othelar person. okay? yo u remove the object from your box, show it to the audience. then look at your opponent and tell them what's in your box. [ light laughter ] you might be lying. you might be telling the truth. your opponent has to guess either "lie" or "truth." if you guess correctly you get a point. if you guess wrong the other person gets a point. first to two points wins. julianne, as our guest, why don't you go first, please. [ high voice ] >> all right, jimmy. i'll go first. [ laughter ] >>or jimmy: my voi.e changed. >> yeah, my voice changed too. >> jimmy: yes, interesting. here we go. >> okay. all right, let's do it.
>> jimmy: select your box. i like that voice character. i don't know what we do with that. >> number one. >> jimmy: oh, box number one. okay, interesting. looks -- oh, looks a little hefty. >> oh, god. oh, my god. >> i'm not a liar. >> jimmy: no, i know you're but you're a very good actor so let's see -- we'll put you to the test here. oh, wow. [ light laughter ] >> j my: not lookinu. not looking. >> oh. >> jimmy: okay. oh, wow. oh, wow. >> it's -- um. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, what is it? yeah, what is it? yeah, what is it? >> super soft. >> jimmy: okay, super soft. >> super soft. >> jimmy: that's how you're describing it? >> super -- >> jimmy: super soft? >> garbage can. it's a super soft garbage can. >> jimmy: okay? super soft garbage can. >> stuff -- >> jimmy: stuffed. >> garbage can -- >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> with a fuzzy, fuzzy -- [ baby oice ] fuzzy oscar the gwouch. >> jimmy: okay -- oscar the gwouch.
[ laughter ] this is where i get somebody who's texting them. yeah. >> jimmy: oh, so it's fuzzy. it's a stuffed animal of oscar the grouch. >> in a soft can. >> jimmy: yeah, you keep saying soft can. [ light laughter ] >> super -- >> jimmy: super -- i don't know if this is real at all. you keep saying super -- >> super soft. >> jimmy: super soft, yeah. like super soft. super soft garbage can. >> yeah, super soft garbage can. >> jimmy: absolutely, this is -- you lie. >> i am not a liar! >> jimmy: ah, you're right. it was super soft. [ applause ] wearing a donald trump hat. >> i didn't see -- you know what? i should have mentioned he had hair. >> jimmy: wearing a a donald trump hat that says "make america great again." >> this is my favorite part. go away. >> jimmy: go away. all right, gosh. you got me on that one. >> yeah, i got you . >> jimmy: god, see? all right, what number shall i choose? [ cheers ] super soft -- seven? that's too far away. nine. okay. [ grunting ] [ laughter ] >> come on. who's lying now? >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: almost threw my back
out there. here we go. all right. [ laughter ] >> come on, that's so not fair. they're already laughing. >> jimmy: well, it's interesting. it's from my personal collection. [ laughter ] i have in my hand -- now, what it is, it's a book. with my name, jimmy, in macaroni. >> no, come on. >> jimmy: but the book is "babysitters' club." [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] >> i think you're telling the truth. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well then, you should give me the oscar, because it's not. [ laughter ]
the oscar the grouch. ked justin bieber on roller blades? i ve no idea. but is from my personal collection. [ laughter ] oh, i'm so happy. itakes you feel good. >> that was good. >> jimmy: now it's tied. this is for the win. >> shoot. >> jimmy: this is for the win. it's up to you. >> okay, all right. >> jimmy: what box shall you choose? [ cheers ] four, seve ohn? three? >> audience: five! >> five! okay, five, five, five. >> jimmy: why did everyone decide on five? that's so weird. >> i know! >> jimmy: everyone said five. all right. >> it's like a z tgeist thing, right? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. everyone's feeling five. >> yeah, everyone's feeling five. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not looking. not looking. not looking. getting some chuckles from the audience. so i know that it's not a very serious thing. no? >> oh, god. it's a -- it's um -- it's wide? >> jimmy: okay.
it's wide. >> it's -- it's a wide like a a paddle hair brush. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> with a silver handle. um -- >> jimmy: what is going on? are you having a stroke? >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: are you okay? [ laughter ] let me know. are you smelling toast? are you smelling burnt toast? leopt me know, okay? [ laughter ] >> it's like a paddle -- a a large paddle hair brush, maybe for a person, maybe for an animal. in kind of l ike a knitted sock cozy. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it is a paddle -- >> a paddle hair brush you can use -- >> jimmy: for a human or animal. >> i think probably for an animal. 'cause i think it's a bigger hair brush than a person would use. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but i have seen some of those giant hair brushes. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: my sister used to have.
get them at -- we had a place called fay's, it was a drug store, and you get them. >> sure. >> jimmy: so i see that happening. but it's metal. i've never seen a metal one before. usually they're plastic. which could mean that you're lying somehow. [ light laughter ] and then there's something else that you said -- >> it's got like a knitted cover, like a cozy. like a tea cozy thing. >> jimmy: then how do you know it's metal? >> no, i said the paddle brush was metal, but the knitted tea cozy part goes around it. >> jimmy: the handel? >> around the back of it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: guess at? guess what? you lie! [ cheers and applause ] no! that's going to make me cry. >> no, it's us. look, it's us, jimmy. >> jimmy: wait, how did that -- >> it's us from moments ago. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, how is that possible? >> i don't know. it's a miracle. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how did that even happen? that just happened tonight. that's what we're both wearing. >> i know. it's a miracle. >> jimmy: but we're over there. >> i know.
>> jimmy: i love you. you're my friend forever. oh, i love ya. i'll give you the win. julianne moore, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "freeheld" is in select theaters this friday. nationwide, october 16th. we'll be right back with mark-paul gosselaar, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] when broker chris hill stays at laquinta and fires up free wi-fi, with a network that's now up to 5 times faster than before you know what he can do? let's see if he's ready.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from his work on shows like "saved by the bell" and "nypd blue." he's now starring in the next sitcom, "truth be told", which premieres friday, october 16th at 8:30 p.m. on nbc. set your tivos and dvrs or whatever you have. yeah, set those. [ light laughter ] everyone, please welcome mark-paul gosselaar, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're not playing with the roots today.
you're not in the band today. >> jimmy, jimmy, this is the first interview not in character. this is the first time i have ever talked to you not in character. >> jimmy: not as zack morris. >> no. i don't know how this is going to go, jimmy. >> jimmy: so far, so great. i mean, you look great. doesn't he look amazing? it's mark-paul gosselaar. [ cheers and applause ] we're happy you're here. you're in the nbc family. >> doesn't he look great as mark-paul gosselaar? >> jimmy: doesn't he look great as mark-paul gosselaar? >> a couple people groaned. they're like, "we wanted the blond hair. i don't know about this guy." >> jimmy: no, but we owe a lot to you. i've got to say thank you, because we do owe a lot to you. when we were first doing our show, "late night", you were our first viral hit. we just asked if you would do this thing. and you go -- you were so nice, you go, "yeah, totally, i'll do it." we'll get you a wig and we'll get -- >> i found the clothes. i mean, i don't have acid-washed jeans in my wardrobe, but we found all these clothes at a costume place. >> jimmy: this is 2009. >> look how young we looked. >> jimmy: look at how -- >> look at how young. >> jimmy: by the way, i don't know if anyone has told you
this, but you haven't aged. >> i didn't age here, because this wig was about two sizes too small. it pulled my forehead back. [ light laughter ] and it got rid of all my wrinkles. so, it was like a great way of having botox without the botox. a lot of people actually on twitter were like, "dude, you've got to lay off the botox. your face looks plastered." i was like, "you know, that was the wig." >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so wearing the wig can actually pull your face back and make you look younger? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, i like this. >> look, yeah, see. >> jimmy: oh, it actually does work. and this is one of the best wigs you can buy on amazon. [ light laughter ] i have to show a picture of your daughter. do you mind if i -- >> no, no, go ahead. i think i put this -- yeah, this was instagram. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: are you kidding me? that's the cutest baby. oh, my gosh. >> there she is. >> jimmy: congratulations. oh, my gosh. >> so, we have four kids. my brother -- i'm one of four. my brother has four kids. they're all boys, my brother's kids. so you know they're gonna procreate. [ light laughter ] and my family is from holland. i don't know if you know this, but in dutch, gosselaar means "[ bleep ] like rabbit." >> jimmy: no, wait a second. i don't think you can say "rabbit" on the show. [ laughter ]
are you allowed to say that? no, you're not allowed. not allowed to say "rabbit" on nbc. >> sorry, sorry. >> jimmy: no problem. >> i'm so used to this, because i was on cable last year. now i'm actually -- >> jimmy: different story. you're on network television. you cannot say any type of [ laughter ] >> a rabbit is a rodent, by the way. >> jimmy: you can't say that word on our show. >> sorry, sorry. >> jimmy: we'll bleep you out. don't worry about it. >> thank you. thank you. i don't want to get fined, guys. please. talking about again? [ laughter ] by the way, mark-paul gosselaar, i just said it, rolls off the tongue. i'm so used to saying it, it's like the color blue for me. >> sure. >> jimmy: that's how much i said your name. you're one of my favorites. >> thank you. >> jimmy: then i was look at the spelling of your name, then i go, "is it gause-a-laar?" larr? like gos-a-larr? >> in dutch, it's gosselaar. how that rolls of the tongue. gosselaar. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. here, have some water. mark-paul gosselaar. >> gosselaar. >> jimmy: so you're swedish? >> no, dutch. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry. >> i think we just had this conversation. i think we just had -- >> jimmy: i'm sorry, i've
goom-- >> no, no, no, no. did you know that my mother, and i'm saying this as if i'm excited about this, but my mother is asian. my mother is from indonesia. >> jimmy: she's from indonesia. >> she's from indonesia. my mother is this tiny little indonesian woman. >> jimmy: yeah? >> yeah. people don't know that zack morris is half-asian. >> that's why the hair, the blond hair was dyed for all those years. people think, "oh, that was your natural hair color." it was not. >> jimmy: ah-ha. very interesting. >> color by clairol. that's actually not a box you can check at the dmv. that is not natural, guys. >> jimmy: that's a good look right there. come on. oh, my gosh. >> you can see the brown kind of going -- you know, our show, every year, we thought we would be canceled. every single season of "saved by the bell" it was canceled. at the end of the season, we left, we said goodbye to each other. that's why every season my hairstyle was so radically different. 'cause i was going back to school. i had the vanilla ice thing, because vanilla ice was big in 1990 >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> so i had the shaved sides and the big bouffant. >> jimmy: i did whatever you did. >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> i did whatever
ferris bueller did or whatever was cool around that era. that's why -- remember when zack morris talked to the camera? people were like, that was such a novel idea that you came up with. i was like, no that was done by ferris bueller. we were just copying him. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, that was like the muse for my character was ferris bueller. i was such a fan of ferris bueller. >> jimmy: every kid was. >> and that's what zack was. >> jimmy: well, let's talk about -- now you have a new show. >> i do. >> jimmy: and truth be told -- >> "truth be told" is the name of the show. oh -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i get confused when you say that. truth be told, he's on a show. >> he's on a show called "truth be told." can you set up the show at all? >> well, it's about four people, two couples. a black couple -- i don't play that part. >> jimmy: yeah, well. [ light laughter ] who knows what happens? >> i do check a box. i check a box of another thing. my wife on the show is played by vanessa lachey. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, it's a diverse cast and different points of view. >> jimmy: it's a comedy, super fun. >> it's a comedy, it's a a multi-cam. but i think what people are going to take away is the
i know actors say that all the time, but you'll see, the audience will recognize the chemistry is real between us. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. "truth be told." here's mark-paul gosselaar. >> sure. [ light laughter ] >> what are you really talking about? >> actually we were just talking about kimberly. >> the babysitter? >> i feel like she's kind of -- >> delicious. totally. i trust you. >> i trust me, too. i trust me not to put myself in these situations. >> were you planning on sleeping with her? >> no! >> of course not! >> so, what's happening here is you're making a problem where one doesn't exist. >> oh, that's his jam. >> mitch, you're being crazy. >> oh, what'd he do? yell at another cop for texting and driving? >> no, worse. we found a great babysitter. kimberly is fantastic. in fact, we're already facebook friends. and she friended me, which never happens. i mean, not never. you know, i'm cool. in fact -- >> stay on top of it. >> but this one doesn't want us hiring her because she's hot. >> don't hire that girl. >> thank you. >> what? [ applause ] >> jimmy: that one's got kind
>> jimmy: mark-paul gosselaar! "truth be told" premieres friday, october 16th at 8:30 p.m. on nbc. dnce performs for us next. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] see, we've completely remodeled the kitchen. cozy. let's go check out the pantry! it's our dunkin' dream room. amazing. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up where you buy groceries.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are a a brand-new band fronted by joe jonas, and they're making their television debut tonight, performing their debut single "cake by the ocean." give it up for dnce! [ cheers and applause ] oh no see you walking 'round like it's a funeral not so serious girl why those feet cold we just getting started don't you tiptoe tiptoe ah waste time with a masterpiece don't waste time with a masterpiece oh you should be rolling with me you should be rolling with me ah
you're a real-life fantasy you're a real-life fantasy oh but you're moving so carefully let's start living dangerously talk to me baby i'm going mad from this sweet sweet craving whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean walk for me baby i'll be diddy you'll be naomi whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean hot damn see you licking frosting from your own hands i want another taste i'm begging yes ma'am i'm tired of all this candy on the dry land
don't waste time with a masterpiece oh you should be rolling with me you should be rolling with me ah you're a real-life fantasy you're a real-life fantasy oh but you're moving so carefully let's start living dangerously whoa talk to me baby i'm going mad from this sweet sweet craving whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean walk for me baby walk for me now i'll be diddy you'll be naomi whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean ooh i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake
i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean talk to me girl talk to me baby i'm going mad from this sweet sweet craving whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean walk for me baby walk for me now i'll be diddy you'll be naomi whoa let's lose our minds and go crazy crazy that's right i-i-i-i-i-i keep on hoping we'll eat cake by the ocean red velvet vanilla chocolate in my life confetti i'm ready i need it every night red velvet vanilla oh yeah yeah yeah yeah i keep on hoping we'll eat
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to julianne moore, mark-paul gosselaar, dnce! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen, from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye. thank you!
[ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- kenan thompson, from "the affair", actress maura tierney, cooking with chef john besh, featuring the 8g band. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right.
let's get to the news. "duck dynasty" star willie robertson this weekend endorsed donald trump in the presidential race. that's story again, a man who owns duck calls endorsed a man who owns duck lips. [ laughter ] [ trump voice ] i'm the best duck in this entire pond. [ laughter ] of all the ducks, i'm the classiest duck. i have the most beautiful quack. my beak is made out of ivory. [ laughter ] donald trump said in an interview this morning that he is a practical person and that he would recognize when his message stopped resonating with the public. trump then went on to say that the public supports him because they believe him. he says that americans aren't that easily fooled and they know when something isn't what it appears to be. [ laughter ] jeb bush today credited fracking for the success of the domestic energy industry and pushed for
approval of the keystone xl pipeline, and then just to drive his point home, he kicked a polar bear in the nuts. [ laughter ] [ applause ] when asked today if his low poll numbers would make him consider dropping out of the presidential race, senator lindsey graham told reporters, "hell no", which also incidentally is his poll number. [ laughter ] according to a new report today, twitter is building a new product that would allow users to share tweets that are longer than the site's current 140- character limit, because if there was one thing holder twitter back, it was the entire idea behind it. [ laughter ] a new study released today shows that blotting pizza with a napkin to remove extra grease
40 calories per slice. so if you're looking for an easy way to lose weight, just eat that napkin. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i'm doing good on my diet. i only had three napkins today. there's a new device on kickstarter called skarp, which claims to allow people to shave using lasers. initial testing is going well, but they're still working out the kinks. [ laughter ] you got skarped. [ laughter ] the first trailers for the new "x-files" reboot premiered yesterday, and then they just disappeared. [ light laughter ] so much longer than i remember it. [ laughter ] a referee at a professional soccer match in brazil pulled a